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April 5, 2013

Shining a Light on Sunlit Sandwiches

The new student-run music and theater Production Company Sunlit Sandwiches is getting some nice publicity for the slate of shows its producing this spring. A small promo for the show in the daily amNY was followed by a profile on the group on the Downtown Brooklyn partnership website. Read About Sunlit Sandwiches on the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership website

The first two performances featured the production of two radio plays, Love Hurts and Unaccustomed to Fear and was followed up by a dramatic performance of the opera The Mark of Cain.

Mark of Cain

Two more performances will be staged in April:

Monday April 29 at 12:30pm
Songs of Loss & Love

Listen to a new cabaret piece featuring three singers and an ensemble of four musicians.

Tuesday, April 30 at 7:30pm
A semi-staged reading of Bad Evidence

This two-act, six-character play recently premiered at The Cell Theater in Manhattan, then followed with a six-week run this past fall in Hollywood, Los Angeles.

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